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Aginsight Global Webinar: Making Events Work For You

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Aginsight Global Webinar: Making Events Work For You

Time: December 13, 2018 from 2pm to 3pm
Location: Bioenterprise Corporation Headquarters
Street: 200 - 120 Research Lane
City/Town: Guelph, ON N1G0B4 Canada
Website or Map: http://www.bioenterprise.ca/i…
Phone: 866.464.4524
Event Type: educational, webinar
Organized By: Bioenterprise
Latest Activity: Dec 3, 2018

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Event Description

LEARN TO START THE RIGHT CONVERSATIONS AND TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR INVESTMENT JOURNEY

Attracting Global Investment in Agri-Tech: An Investment preparation program by Bioenterprise.

Attend this FREE one-hour webinar that will give you some fundamental tools for assessing your own stage of finding investment, understanding the importance of conferences and events, and engaging investors in productive conversations.

Tap into Bioenterprise's Expert Network and hear from experienced industry professionals!

This educational webinar will focus on:

· Investment from the perspective of Investors

· Readiness of Investment

· Finding Investors

This webinar is the first phase in an Investment Preparation program, preparing Canadian SME's for conference attendance through hands-on pitch coaching and expert review and feedback. The program will include support and matchmaking at the World-Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco in March 2019.

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About the Webinar

Date: Thursday December 13, 2018

Length: Approximately 1 Hour

Start Time: 2:00 PM EST

This webinar is produced by Bioenterprise with the expertise from our expanded partner network.

REGISTER TODAY BY CLICKING HERE

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